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Australian Graduate Business Schools in Australia

  • Overview - Australian Graduate Business Schools
  • Bond University Business School
  • Griffith University Business School
  • James Cook University Business School
  • Macquarie University Business School
  • Monash University Business School
  • University of Melbourne Business School
  • University of Newcastle Business School
  • University of Queensland Business School
  • University of Sydney Business School

University of Sydney Graduate Business School

Established as the Faculty of Economics in 1920, the University of Sydney Business School (as it became known from January 2011) is the oldest of its kind in Australia. The first degree offered was the Bachelor of Economics, which was first conferred by the University in 1914. The first postgraduate coursework degree offered was the Masters of Economics which was first conferred in 1925.

The mission of the University of Sydney Business School (formerly the Faculty of Economics and Business) is to build and sustain the leading learning community in business and management education in Australia and its region.

In speed-based sports like motor racing, skiing and cycling, choosing the right racing line is critical. Carefully selecting your route in order to minimize the time you take to complete the course is often the difference between success and failure. Driving a successful career is no different. Making the right choices about what to specialise in, and when to do it, means working not just harder but smarter as well. The University of Sydney Business School offers a range of Specialised Business Masters programs, so you can acquire the knowledge and experience you need to succeed.

University of Sydney Business School offers the following specialized business master's programs:
Master of Commerce
Master of International Business
Master of Professional Accounting

For more specialized programs, Sydney Business School offers a range of programs that have been specifically tailored, in consultation with their Australian and international industry and business partners, to provide every student with specific, targeted learning opportunities.

The options for specialized business master's include
Executive Master of Business Administration
Master of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations
Master of International Business and Law
Master of International Business and Master of Commerce
Master of Logistics Management
Master of Logistics Management and Master of Transport Management
Master of Management
Master of Marketing
Master of Project Management
Master of Transport Management

The Business School also offers Graduate Certificate and Diploma programs in Innovation and Enterprise.

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